Obama Invites Donors To Give In Name of A Republican

The Op-ed section of Chattanooga News Free Press carried an interesting story today entitled “Spam, courtesy of the President.”

It reads in part:

The campaign’s website now offers Obama supporters the “chance to have a little fun at the expense of a Republican in your life.”… It urges donors to make contributions to the Obama re-election campaign in the name of a Republican they know.

Personally, I expect this site will be taken down before the day is over, but here it is: Who Inspires You To Give

By giving, the donor is entering a sweepstake with a chance to win a dinner with the president and his wife. Perhaps this is a hoax, perhaps not. Let us hope that it is. I would like to think Obama is better than this.

If legitimate, how does this cause you to feel about your president?



About jlue

I am a grandmother of seven and I like to garden, read, study the Bible, and spend time with family. I am not very politically active, but very interested in who is elected to lead our country.
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2 Responses to Obama Invites Donors To Give In Name of A Republican

  1. Jueseppi B. says:

    So making a donation to POTUS Obama’s campaign in the name of a RepubliCANT is wrong? God you TeaPubliCANTS are stupid. I will be Unfollowing this garbage blog, and removing your blog from my blog roll….you call yourself a Christian as well? No wonder Christianity is looked upon world wide as a garbage religion.


    • jlue says:

      Jueseppi, Do you believe that Obama, who says he is a Christian, is doing this in Christian love? If so, why would it be at “the expense of a Republican”? When you trash Christianity, you are trashing the faith of your POTUS. Are you saying that we are to believe this is an act of kindness on the part of the person who made the site? Now honestly, don’t you think THAT would be stupid? Before you leave, tell me if you believe the site is for real or could it be a hoax?


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